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Ohio State was located on eastern north-central of United State. The Ohio State capital is Columbus. It is 11th largest of the 12 Midwestern state. Ohio State was size wise 34th rank among the 50 states of US. Ohio State total area was 44,825 sq mi. Ohio is bordered on the north by Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario, east by Pennsylvania and West Virginia, south by West Virginia and Kentucky and the Mexican state of Chihuahua and west by Indiana. Ohio state total boundary length is 1,605 km. More than 30% of Ohio's land area was forestland. The total forest land is 3,179,000 hectares. Ohio State climate is lying in the humid continental climate. Generally Ohio has temperate climate. Winter season are cold and summer season mild in the eastern highlands. Ohio State total population is 11,485,910 in 2008 estimation. The first Roman Catholic priest to be stationed permanently in Ohio was Father Edward Fenwick. In 1930 founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The Muslim population was at about 41,281 people in Ohio. The largest Protestant denominations and their adherents in 2000. Ohio State's official language is English. Most of nonurban Ohio has North Midland speech from Pennsylvania. Agriculture is the most important of Ohio state's economy. Ohio ranked is 17th in net farm income among the 50 states. Ohio state's important manufactures are glassware, soap, matches, paint, business machines, and refrigerators.

Ohio Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Ohio State recreation area is Cuyahoga Valley. It is national recreational area. It is also popular attraction. Ohio State was following the material culture. Ohio State was home for so many tourist attractions. Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati all offer major attractions of museums, restaurants, shopping, parks, and concerts. The NFL Hall of Fame is located in Canton. Beaches and parks in the Lake Erie region are especially popular with tourists during the summer, including the Mentor Headlands State Park also. Other leading tourist attractions include Ohio's presidential memorials and homes. Ohio has eight major league professional sports teams. Ohio state is also home to Triple-A minor league baseball teams in Columbus and Toledo, and a Double-A team in Akron. Ohio state's major professional teams are Cincinnati Reds (Major League Baseball), Cleveland Indians (Major League Baseball), Cincinnati Bengals (National Football League), Cleveland Browns (National Football League), Cleveland Cavaliers (National Basketball Association), Columbus Blue Jackets (National Hockey League), and the Columbus Crew (Major League Soccer).

Ohio Demographics

Ohio total population - 11,353,140
Ohio male population - 5,512,262
Ohio female population - 5,840,878
Ohio white population - 9,645,453
Ohio black population - 1,301,307
Ohio American Indian and Alaska Native - 24,486
Ohio Asian population - 132,633
Ohio Hispanic or Latino population - 217,123

Ohio School Information

Ohio State education system is overseen by the State Department of Education. It is responsible for overseeing the department and consists of 19 members. Ohio state Department of Education is overseen by primary and secondary public education in the Ohio state. The Ohio State was claims a number of "firsts" in US education. Ohio state has 12 state universities, including Ohio State University (Columbus), Ohio University (Athens), Miami University (Oxford), and other state universities at Akron, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Kent, Toledo, Wilberforce, and Youngstown. Ohio state is home for nation's highest-ranking public libraries.

Ohio State Symbols

State nickname - The Last Frontier
Ohio state flag
Ohio state  Slogan
Ohio state Slogan
The Heart of It All
Ohio state  Song
Ohio state Song
Beautiful Ohio
Ohio state Motto
Ohio state Motto
With God, all things are possible
Ohio state  Mammal
Ohio state Mammal
White-tailed deer
Ohio state   Dance
Ohio state Dance
Ohio state  Flower
Ohio state Flower
Scarlet Carnation
Ohio state Flower
Ohio state Flower
Large white trillium
Ohio state  Insect
Ohio state Insect
7-spotted ladybug
Ohio state  Tree
Ohio state Tree
Ohio Buckeye
Ohio state  Soil
Ohio state Soil
Ohio state  Bird
Ohio state Bird
Ohio state  Fossil
Ohio state Fossil
Ohio state  Ship
Ohio state Ship
USS Ohio
Ohio state  Fruit
Ohio state Fruit
Ohio state  Reptile
Ohio state Reptile
Northern black racer

Ohio State History

Ohio State is the first explored for French in 1669. Ohio state was region became British property after the French and Indian Wars. French and English traders brought knives, hatchets, guns, blankets, tobacco, rum, and brandy to exchange for the Indians' deer and beaver skins in early of 1700s. France and Great Britain both held claims to the Ohio region. The French is clime the resting on La Salle's exploration and British claimed all territory extending westward from their coastal colonies. After the war Northwest Territory was established in 1787. Marietta was founded and became the first permanent white settlement in the state of Ohio in 1788. On 1803 March 1st the Ohio state became the 17th state in all United States. In Ohio state first capital is Chillicothe but finally, now Ohio state capital is Columbus. During the World War I, industry expanded rapidly. This period Benjamin Goodrich opened a rubber plant in Akron. Aluminum plants and chemical factories were built along the Ohio River. In 1913 is the very worst in Ohio history, this year there were floods killing almost 350 people and damaging an estimated $100 million in property. The following year there are created many flood-control dams and reservoirs throughout Ohio state. After world war II, state economy was improved. The legislation helped jumpstart Ohio state's economy.

Ohio State Tourist Information

Tourism is the most important of the economy of Ohio. Annually Ohio visitors spend more than $27.1 billion for travel and tourism. Ohio Department of Transportation served as Ohio's first Manager of Tourist Information Centers. The tourist information centers network throughout Ohio state. The tourist information centers are served their services throughout Ohio state. Ohio's most visited state parks are Alum Creek, East Harbor and Kelleys Island, Grand Lake, St. Mary's, Hocking Hills, Hueston Woods, Mohican, Pymatuning, Rocky Fork, Salt Fork, Scioto Trail, and West Branch. The Ohio State was home for many tourism attractions.

Ohio State Transportation

Ohio State Department of Transportation is overseen the road transportation system for the state of Ohio. Ohio state roadways are organized by the Ohio Department of Transportation in-charge. Ohio State Department of Transportation was helps coordinate other state transportation programs. Ohio state has 5 international airports, 4 commercial and 2 military. Inland waterways have long been important for transport and commerce in Ohio. On 1920s Ohio state was used electric railways declined with the development of the motor car. Ohio had 12 districts, all districts of the Ohio Department of Transportation are divided into four departments which manage the many facets of state transportation.

Ohio Taxes

Ohio State Tax Rate Range Low 0.618% High 6.24%
Ohio State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate 5,000 - Highest flat rate 200,000
Ohio State Personal Exemptions Single - 1,450 (p) Married ? 2,900(p) Dependents ? 1,450 (p)
Ohio State Sales Tax Rate on Food 5.5%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Ohio State Total Tax on Gasoline 28.0%, on Diesel Fuel 28.0%
Ohio State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 125(¢ per pack)
Ohio State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.18($ per gallon)
Ohio State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.30($ per gallon)

Ohio Universities

Oberlin College - 2,841 Students
Case Western Reserve University - 9,592 Students
Kenyon College - 1,648 Students
Denison University - 2,263 Students
Ohio State University-Main Campus - 51,818 Students
Miami University-Oxford - 16,329 Students
The College of Wooster - 1,819 Students
Xavier University - 6,666 Students
Cedarville University - 3,110 Students
University of Dayton - 10,503 Students

Ohio Religions

Christian - 76%
Evangelical Protestant - 26%
Mainline Protestant - 22%
Jehovah's Witnesses - 1%
Jews - 1%
Muslims - 1%
Hindus - 0.5% Buddhists - 0.5%
Mormons - 0.5%
other faiths - 1-1.5%

Ohio Counties

Adams County, Ohio - Population 27,330
Allen County, Ohio - Population 108,473
Ashland County, Ohio - Population 52,523
Ashtabula County, Ohio - Population 102,728
Athens County, Ohio - Population 62,223
Auglaize County, Ohio - Population 46,611
Belmont County, Ohio - Population 70,226
Brown County, Ohio - Population 42,285
Butler County, Ohio - Population 332,807
Carroll County, Ohio - Population 28,836
Champaign County, Ohio - Population 38,890
Clark County, Ohio - Population 144,742
Clermont County, Ohio - Population 177,977
Clinton County, Ohio - Population 40,543
Columbiana County, Ohio - Population 112,075
Coshocton County, Ohio - Population 36,655
Crawford County, Ohio - Population 46,966
Cuyahoga County, Ohio - Population 1,393,978
Darke County, Ohio - Population 53,309
Defiance County, Ohio - Population 39,500
Delaware County, Ohio - Population 110,106
Erie County, Ohio - Population 79,551
Fairfield County, Ohio - Population 122,759
Fayette County, Ohio - Population 28,433
Franklin County, Ohio - Population 1,068,978
Fulton County, Ohio - Population 42,084
Gallia County, Ohio - Population 31,069
Geauga County, Ohio - Population 90,895
Greene County, Ohio - Population 147,886
Guernsey County, Ohio - Population 40,792
Hamilton County, Ohio - Population 845,303
Hancock County, Ohio - Population 71,295
Hardin County, Ohio - Population 31,945
Harrison County, Ohio - Population 15,856
Henry County, Ohio - Population 29,210
Highland County, Ohio - Population 40,875
Hocking County, Ohio - Population 28,241
Holmes County, Ohio - Population 38,943
Huron County, Ohio - Population 59,847
Jackson County, Ohio - Population 32,641
Jefferson County, Ohio - Population 73,894
Knox County, Ohio - Population 54,500
Lake County, Ohio - Population 227,511
Lawrence County, Ohio - Population 62,319
Licking County, Ohio - Population 145,491
Logan County, Ohio - Population 46,005
Lorain County, Ohio - Population 284,664
Lucas County, Ohio - Population 455,054
Madison County, Ohio - Population 40,213
Mahoning County, Ohio - Population 257,555
Marion County, Ohio - Population 66,217
Medina County, Ohio - Population 151,095
Meigs County, Ohio - Population 23,072
Mercer County, Ohio - Population 40,924
Miami County, Ohio - Population 98,868
Monroe County, Ohio - Population 15,180
Montgomery County, Ohio - Population 559,062
Morgan County, Ohio - Population 14,897
Morrow County, Ohio - Population 31,628
Muskingum County, Ohio - Population 84,585
Noble County, Ohio - Population 14,058
Ottawa County, Ohio - Population 40,985
Paulding County, Ohio - Population 20,293
Perry County, Ohio - Population 34,078
Pickaway County, Ohio - Population 52,727
Pike County, Ohio - Population 27,695
Portage County, Ohio - Population 152,061
Preble County, Ohio - Population 42,337
Putnam County, Ohio - Population 34,726
Richland County, Ohio - Population 128,852
Ross County, Ohio - Population 73,345
Sandusky County, Ohio - Population 61,792
Scioto County, Ohio - Population 79,195
Seneca County, Ohio - Population 58,683
Shelby County, Ohio - Population 47,910
Stark County, Ohio - Population 378,098
Summit County, Ohio - Population 542,899
Trumbull County, Ohio - Population 225,116
Tuscarawas County, Ohio - Population 90,914
Union County, Ohio - Population 40,909
Van Wert County, Ohio - Population 29,659
Vinton County, Ohio - Population 12,806
Warren County, Ohio - Population 158,383
Washington County, Ohio - Population 63,251
Wayne County, Ohio - Population 111,564
Williams County, Ohio - Population 39,188
Wood County, Ohio - Population 121,065
Wyandot County, Ohio - Population 22,908

Ohio State Government

The Ohio 1803 constitution was replaced by second constitution in 1851. The Ohio State Government was divided into three branches: i.e Executive branch, Legislative branch and judicial branch. The Executive branch head is Governor. The present governor is Ted Strickland. He is elected on Democratic Party. The Executive Branch including the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Attorney General, Treasurer of State, State Board of Education and the Governor's Cabinet. These are also appointed by the Governor. Legislative branch is consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Legislators must be at least 18 years old and have lived in their districts for at least one year. Ohio state highest court is Supreme Court. The high court has a chief justice and six associate justices elected to six-year terms. Every each court had at least three judges. They will be elected to six-year terms.

Ohio Economy

The Ohio state gross product for 2010 was $478 billion. The Ohio was the best business state in 2010 and the rank was second by Selection magazine. The economy of Ohio rank was seventh-largest in the country. The gross domestic product of Ohio manufacturing rank was third in the nation. The Ohio state agricultural live stocks are milk, hogs, eggs, cattle, broilers, wool and mutton and the agricultural crops are soybeans, corn, nursery, wheat, popcorn, grapes, oats and hay. The manufacturing outputs of Ohio are transportation parts, fabricated metals, chemicals, soaps, varnishes and paints. The mining outputs of Ohio are Coal, natural gas, cement, steel, bricks, chemicals, stoneware, fertilizer, petroleum, dolomite and gypsum. The services of Ohio are business, wholesale, retail, insurance and real estate. Ohio State is grate in the Midwest by bioscience and is famous for "green" economy.

Ohio Parks

Cuyahoga Valley National Park - Cleveland and Akron, OH: There are no entrance fees. David Berger National Memorial - Beachwood, OH: There is no fee to visit. Operating Hours are Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 9:00pm, Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm Saturday closed and Sunday 8:00am - 1:00pm. Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park - Dayton, OH: Operating hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm daily. First Ladies National Historic Site - Canton, OH: Fee is $7.00 for Adults, $6.00 for seniors and $5.00 Children under age 18. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park - Chillicothe, OH: There are no entrance fees. The park?s Visitor Center is open seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Between Memorial Day to Labor Day the Visitor Center is open 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. James A Garfield National Historic Site - Mentor, OH: Entrance fees is $5/person. It is open at Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. National Aviation Heritage Area - Dayton, OH: Hours of operation may vary for individual attractions. Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial - Put-in-Bay, OH: Entrance Fee is $3.00 for Adult, Children 15 and under fee is free. William Howard Taft National Historic Site - Cincinnati, OH: The Park is generally open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.